Vancouver, BC (June 10, 2015)
 –  Summer has officially hit Vancouver with temperatures in the high 20’s (celcius). That means long lunches on sunlit patios and early endings to the workday with Old Yale Brewing‘s latest release: Vanishing Monk, part of the Tall Tales Series.

 

Subplot Design Inc. continues to partner with Old Yale Brewing for all packaging, promotions and festival booth design.

 

Vanishing Monk is an unfiltered Belgian style Witbier with hints of orange and coriander, a slightly tart finish, and a fluffy white head. It features a light yellow cloudy colour, and uses Hersbrucker Hops and Pilsen and Flaked Wheat Malt. Use it to steam mussels (delicious!), or pair with a fresh fruit salad.

 

The Story of the Vanishing Monk? Legend has it that a monk arrived in Deadman Valley, BC to burn aromatic fuel to calm the spirits and test his theory that this valley was, in fact, the centre of the universe. When tests confirmed his suspicion, he vanished without a trace. Spontaneous combustion and sounds of choral singing both haunt and enchant those determined to uncover the valley’s secrets. Truth or Tall Tale? We’ll never tell.

 

Vanishing Monk is available at liquor stores, pubs and restaurants across BC.

 

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